Sharon L. Dosé is an experienced paralegal who has a passion for helping distressed families at one of their most vulnerable times in life – the fragmenting of the family unit. She understands the importance of being kind and compassionate to others, and has excellent listening skills along with being detail-oriented.
Sharon graduated with highest honors from St. Mary’s University with B.A. degrees in both Psychology and Criminal Justice. She served as a proud student athlete on the 1986 NAIA National Championship Softball Team for St. Mary’s University.
After graduating at the top of her recruit class at the San Antonio Police Academy, Sharon’s legal career began as a Juvenile Probation Officer in Bexar County and then Dallas County, Texas. In 1993, she moved into the private family law practice as a paralegal.
Sharon enjoys being a part of the “legal healing” of families. “This legal healing often times serves as the closure so many people seek as they are forced to forever change their life plans, dreams and hopes.”
Sharon is an outstanding cook and enjoys her two rescue dogs – Honey, a Golden Retriever, and Ruby, a Corgi.